burial hex – dedicated to canon jayr
corona barathri – mother of tears
sophia – the unclean
irm – closure vii
gnaw their tongues – singing ancient necroplasms
trepaneringsritualen – plague of persecution
epoch – cold wave cold war
propergol – outburst
zahnradbahn – incision
zahnradbahn – woorden zijn deuren, woorden zijn muuren
zahnradbahn – entropy
zahnradbahn the answer


#repealthe8th #repealthe8th #repealthe8th

Crackleton Manor and it’s Eastertime too!

Originally posted 2013-03-31 11:00:35.

… and besides that, today happens to be the birthday of Red Norvo, aka Mr. Swing, so plenty of his tunes on this week’s playlist amongst other things – sound reproductions dating from  1909-1950.



  • “(Ketèlbey’s) Sanctuary of the Heart – Meditation religeuse (excerpt)” by Nellie Walker with the Albert William Ketèlbey Concert Orchestra from “Sanctuary of the Heat – In a Persian Market – In a Fairy Realm (1917-1939)”
  • “Oriental Serenade” by the Paul Whiteman Concert Orchestra from “Music for Moderns – 1927-1928”
  • “Jake Bottle Blues” by Lemuel Turner from “Hula Blues – Vintage Steel Guitar Instrumentals from the ’30s and ’40s”
  • “Nanmainiragnoramma” by Miss Rosa (Ernakulam) from “Vintage Music From India – Early Twentieth Century Classical And Light Classical Music”
  • “Quem Mais Jura” by Madelena De Melo from “Variações em Fado – Lisbõa & Coimbra 1926-1936″
  • “Mandili Chrysokendimeno” by Elvira Kakki
  • “Boogie Blues” by Gene Krupa and his Orchestra featuring Anita O’Day from “Anita O’Day with Gene Krupa & Stan Kenton – expanded edition”
  • “(Tchaikovsky’s) Souvenir d’un lieu cher, Op. 42: No. 3. Mélodie (arr. cello and piano)” by Pablo Casals with Walter Golde from “Encores and Transcriptions, Vol. 3: Complete Acoustic Recordings, Part 1 (1915-1916)”
  • “Asup Khubada” by choir, directed by Aslan-Bek Samtiev from “before the Revolution – a 1909 Recording Expedition In the Caucasus and Central Asia by The Gramophone Company”
  • “Selection of Irish Marches” by Louis E. Quinn’s Shamrock Minstrels from “Gay Life in Dikanka – R. Crumb’s Old-Time Favourites”
  • “When You’re Smiling” by Cliff Brunner’s Texas Wanderers from “Moon Mullican – I’ll Sail My Ship Alone”
  • “Stealin’ Apples” by Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra from “Rare Recordings”
  • “Big Four Blues” by Leroy Carr with Scrapper Blackwell from “Hard Time Blues”
  • “Hypakoe – Before the Dawn” by Don Cossack Choir Serge Jaroff from “Russian Orthodox Easter”
  • “Suzie Q” by Sonny Boy Williamson from “The Bluebird Recordings – 1938”
  • “Body and Soul” by Larry Adler (et Django Reinhardt et le Quintette du Hot Club de France, avec Stéphane Grappelli) from “Maestro of the Mouth Organ”
  • “Easter Parade” by Judy Garland & Fred Astaire from “Irving Berlin In Hollywood”
  • “Seven Come Eleven” by Red Norvo & his Overseas Spotlight Band from “Knockin’ On Wood”
  • “Hallelujah” by Red Norvo’s Selected Sextet from “Knockin’ On Wood”
  • “Remember” by Red Norvo and his “Blackhawk” Orchestra from “Knockin’ On Wood”
  • ”71” by Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra from “The Elegant Mister Wilson”
  • “I’m All Pooped Out” by by Yogi Yorgesson from “Hits Plus”
  • “I Could Make You Love Me” by Sarah Vaughan with The John Kirby Orchestra from “Interlude – 1944-1947”
  • “Slipped Disc” by Benny Goodman Sextet from “Knockin’ On Wood”
  • “Little Girl Blues” by Sonny Boy Williamson from “The Bluebird Recordings – 1938”
  • “Flying Home” by Red Norvo & his Overseas Spotlight Band from “Knockin’ On Wood”
  • “Get Happy” by Red Norvo’s Selected Sextet from “Red Norvo’s Fabulous Jam Session”
  • “The Cry of the Wild Goose” by Frankie Lane from “Music! Music! Music! – Hits of 1950 – original recordings”
  • “I’m Putting All My Eggs In One Basket” by Stuff Smith And His Onyx Club Boys from “Time and Again”
  • “Low Down Ways” by Sonny Boy Williamson from “The Bluebird Recordings – 1938”
  • “Rackin’ It Back” by The Texas Wanderers from “Moon Mullican – I’ll Sail My Ship Alone”
  • “That’s All” by Sister Rosetta Tharpe from “The Original Soul Sister”
  • “The Lark Leaped In” by The Raymond Scott Orchestra from “Toonerville Trolley 1940-1944”
  • “Louis Collins” by Mississippi John Hurt from “The Best of Mississippi John Hurt – Columbia – Original Masters”
  • “I’m Popeye the Sailor Man” by Billy Costello from “Vintage Children’s Favourites – 1926-1950”
  • “(Ketèlbey’s) Sanctuary of the Heart – Meditation religeuse (excerpt)” by Nellie Walker with the Albert William Ketèlbey Concert Orchestra from “Sanctuary of the Heat – In a Persian Market – In a Fairy Realm (1917-1939)”

3 Chord Classical – Vespers

Originally posted 2013-03-31 09:00:33.


  • 1. Berlioz – L’Enfance de Christ / Flight into Egypt III
  • 2. Beethoven – Violin Concerto, movement 3
  • 3. Widor – Mass for 2 choirs & 2 organs, Agnus Dei
  • 4. Durufle – Fugue
  • 5. Schulz – Christi Dod, I
  • 6. Arvo Part – Salve Regina
  • 7. Jaques Lousier – Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring
  • 8. Jaques Lousier – Prelude no. 1

Hope Show * 17

Originally posted 2013-03-30 21:00:37.

hopeshowNumber17This Land Is Your Land – Hope Show *17
Back after a few weeks away decorating – tonights show is brought to you in a new room with records as my backdrop

Best Friend – Palma Violets
Someone Has His FIngers Broken – Black Eyes
Not Listeniang Anymore – Snuff
Who Crosses State Lines Without A Shirt – None More Black
Burn Guelph Burn – The St Catherines
We Lost It (Won The Race) – This Ain’t vegas
Slashing It Down – Flies On You
Good Man – Glimmerman
Should the bible Be beanned – McCarthy
Escape Artist – Sage Francis
My Boss SHould Pay Me More – Mike Scott
Marching – Robert Blake
Join The DOts – Citizen Fish
This Land – Zounds
Folk Music For the midlands – Jinx Lennon
Hey Kathleen, Are You Hungry – Defiance, Ohio
The Good Times – Hard Skin

This Show Totally Rocks 18th May

Less talk, more rock.  Lot’s of tunes tonight, minimal chatter.  Tune in for:




Napalm Beach

Husker Du


The Ergs

Teenage Bottlerocket

Hot Snakes


Toys That Kill

Scared of Chaka

Mean Jeans

Marked Men

Futuro Terror

Sierra Leona

The Illingtons

Sweet Talk

Jay Reatard

Mission of Burma

Archers of Loaf

Bad Sports

Slant 6

The Arrivals

That’s your lot.  Tune in, rock out!!

If you are wondering why there is a picture of a volcano at the top of this post on this day of the year, you ain’t from the Pacific Northwest

Groove On The Wireless #27 GoodBad Friday

Buckowski drawing

Originally posted 2013-03-29 20:00:41.

GrooveOnTheWireless27 1  Dr. Groove returns to bring you another musical adventure which commences with poetry – because the bitterly cold Good Friday brought that out in me, along with the Weirdness of it all.  This was a day when the Church showed us who was running things, but now it stands as a day for weirdness, a day to assess where exactly we are going under the power of the troika.  You see how weird it is!

We take solace in soul and dance and finally give you some funky blues courtesy of the genius of Charlie Parker .

Buckowski drawing


Track List                                                                                           

  • Charles Buckowski Poem – A Laughing Heart
  • Explosions in the Sky – Home
  • Explosions in the Sky – Let me back in
  • Dave Brubeck – Unsquare Dance
  • Artie Shaw Orchestra – Blues
  • Bill Hicks – On Easter
  • Parliament – Dr. Funkenstein
  • Synkro – Don’t Want
  • Betty Davis – Anti-Love Song
  • Larry Young – Turn Off The Lights
  • Patrice Rushen – Number One
  • Charlie Parker – Funky Blues

the sour song show 22

Originally posted 2013-03-27 22:00:37.

the sour song show 22

1. the fall – mad mock goth

2. the birthday party – ho ho

3. rube and dusty – big band jump

4. professor elemental – elixir

5. hurdy gurdy – tok jons

6. bird eats baby – enemies like me

7. these new puritans – we want war

8. time machine – emma theme

9. nick cave – higgs boson blues

10. circus contraption – 23 beers

11. the pop group – thief of fire

12. moon duo – when you cut

13. captain beefheart – hair bake pie 1


Whatever You’re Havin’ #26 – strange shit country pt. 2

Originally posted 2013-03-27 21:00:11.

Whatever You’re Havin’ 0026 – strange shit country pt.2

Cryin' - A-tone
I Take Pains - The Sewing Room
A Call To Persevere - Jubilee Allstars
The Fusing Of The Continental Plates - Joan Of Arse
Something To Dream Of - Sunbear
Until My Dreams Come true - In Motion
Sunny Day - Mexican Pets
They Must Be Leopards - In Dust
Self Storage - Decal
Rekcollector - The Idiots
Sunburst Hit - Venus Envy 
Closedown - Tension
The Bastard - Pet Lamb

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Jameson Caskmates – Stout Edition

Orange Goblin – Sabbath Hex

Conan – Thunderhoof

Monolord – Where Death Meets The Sea

Monster Magnet – Mindfucker

Ecstatic Vision – The Bad Will Die

Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard – The Master And His Emissary

Coilguns – Submarine Warfare Anthem

Anthroprophh – Dead Inside

Sunnata – Long Gone


The Red Shift 10 ~ Zebra

Originally posted 2013-03-27 20:00:43.


 The Red Shift 10 – Zebra


nick drake ~ riverman

anais mitchell ~ wedding song

white stripes ~ well it’s true that we love one another

lambchop ~ slipped sissolved and loosed

beach house ~ zebra

boards ofcanada~ dayvan cowboy

ryukyu underground ~ kanasando

depeche mode ~ alone

billy bragg ~ which side are you on boys

suzanne vega ~ saint clare

polly jeanharvey ~ the words that maketh murder

siouxsie ~ spellbound

gomez ~ here comes the breeze

dj shadow ~ giving up the ghost

Easy Snappin’- Episode 20

Originally posted 2013-03-26 21:00:39.

Easy Snappin’ 20- BACK from DE GRAVE


Crackleton Manor – Episode III

Originally posted 2013-03-24 23:00:25.

Frank Hutchison – born March 20, 1891

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Sir Ernest Crackleton, heroic explorer of pre-1951 sound reproductions, presents a stimulating selection of recordings from 1912-1950, featuring birthdays galore this week – thanks to the  “ON THIS DAY IN JAZZ AGE MUSIC” blog.


  • “Haley’s Favourites (excerpt)” by John J. Kimmel from “Early Recordings of Irish Traditional Dance Music”
  • “Tú estás dormida en tu cama ” by Pena Hijo with Manolo de Badajoz from “Grabaciones Discos Pizarra – Año 1930-50”
  • “Am I Right or Wrong?” by Son House from “Legends of the Country Blues”
  • “Take A Drink On Me” by Charlie Poole with The North Carolina Ramblers from “Charlie Poole with The North Carolina Ramblers And The Highlanders”
  • “Elouil Ouili” by Mohamed Elkabbandji from “Le Maqam en Irak – Vol I – Congres du Caire 1932”
  •  “Ya Albi Keef Ja Fak” by Youssef Harb from “The Secret Museum of Mankind, Vol. 5 – Ethnic Music Classics: 1925-48”
  • “Wehak El Kab Walkossein” by Siddaqa El Mullaya from “Give Me Love – Songs Of The Brokenhearted – Baghdad, 1925-1929”
  • “Aman Aman Zekko” by Said El Kurdi from “Give Me Love – Songs Of The Brokenhearted – Baghdad, 1925-1929”
  • “Return Journey To Swansea (Part 5)” by Dylan Thomas from “Dylan Thomas at the BBC”
  • “The Showman” by Bransby Williams from from “’Talented Talkers’ – Favourite Monologues”
  • “Whispers of Immortality” by T.S. Eliot from “TS Eliot Reading The Wasteland – Four Quartets and other poems”
  • “Talking Sailor (Merchant Marine)” by Woody Guthrie from “Some Folk”
  • “Saeta – Ya lo llava y ya lo traen” by La Niña de los Peines from “Patrimonio de Andalucía”
  • “(Oliver Messiaen’s) Prelude No. 3 – Le Mombre Leger” by Yvonne Loriod from “The View from the Edge”
  • “(Oliver Messiaen’s) Prelude No. 5 – Les Sons Impalpables Du Rêve” by Yvonne Loriod from “The View from the Edge”
  • “Oi la Saba Kozak Lepkii” by Paul Humeniuk Orchestra from “Ukrainian & Lemko String Bands in America”
  • “Promesa” by Tomás de Antequera from “Tomás de Antequera – Grabaciones Discos Pizarra – Año 1940”
  • “Rock Daniel” by Sister Rosetta Tharpe with Lucky Millinder and his Orchestra from “The Original Soul Sister”
  • “Hlooywood Agents” by Groucho & Chico Marx with the Ray Page Orchestra from “The Golden Age of Comedy”
  • “Echi Omorfes Afrates” by Markos Vamvakaris from “Bouzouki Pioneer – 1932-1940”
  • “I’m Goin’ To Take The Tarin To Caharlotte” by Fiddlin’ John Carson from “Complete Recorded Works in Chonological Order – Volume 5 – October 1927 to December 1929”
  • “Detroit City Blues” by Fats Domino from “The Early Imperial Singles – 1950-1952”
  • “Washington Breakdown” by The Almanac Singers from “Talking Union”
  • “The White Cliffs of Dover” by Vera Lynn from “Radio Memories”
  • “An’iza ny basy?” by Choeur Malagache from “Madagascar – Music of the coast and tablelands 1929-1930”
  • “Logan County Blues” by Frank Hutchison from “Worried Blues”
  • “Firebird” by The Johnny Guarnieri Tro from “Bowin’ Singin’ Slam”
  • “Iwashamizu” by Katayama Yûzan and Sekino Shôzan from ‘Japanese Traditional Music – Noh · Biwa · Shakuhachi – Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai 1941”
  • “The Merry Go Round Broke Down” by Shep Fields and his Rippling Rhythm from “That Old Feeling”
  • “Wotcher! My Old Brown Son” by Harry Champion from “Roger Wilmut’s Website – Stars of 78s
  • “Zapateo Cubano” by Nishan Sedefijan from “Mixtape by Ian Nagoski on Sound American
  • “The Wild Horse” by Frank Hutchison from “Worried Blues”
  • “Haley’s Favourites (excerpt)” by John J. Kimmel from “Early Recordings of Irish Traditional Dance Music”

freedom fry hi fi: electrecord 33

Originally posted 2013-03-24 22:00:07.

electrecord 33

hora la doi- gheorghe voinic

doina olteneasca – maria lataretu

taxim suzak – g.floros

hallet layali el qamar – oum kaltsoum

gravel spring fife and drum – napleon strickland

calenda de louis boislaville – le gropue folklorique martiniquais

cake sticking – spoiler and she she calypso band

korea memorial song – oglala sioux singers, w.horncloud, ben sitting up, frank afraid of horses

oud fantasy – hachig kazarian and his ensemble

azamat- violetta,zinaida, nikolai and the mens chorus of abkhaz song and dance ensemble

gogov,gogov – tatiana makharadze and georgi bugadze

who likes pierogi? – stanky and his pennsylvania coal miners

miners czardas- hi-hats orchestra

no bacchanal – mighty sparrow

cabar feidh the pipers bonnet/cabar feidh/the smith of chillichassie – pipe major john a.maclellan, mbe